Kevin Jerome Everson, Park Lanes (film still), 2015, Carnegie Museum of Art, The Henry L. Hillman Fund, 2019.12

In Conversation: Artists

CMOA Theater

Free with museum admission


How do artists lead conversations about labor and economy? What relationships do artists create and sustain between their art practices and the communities in which they live and work? Pittsburgh-based artist Naomi Chambers invites Kevin Jerome Everson and Ricardo iamuuri Robinson, participating artists of the exhibition Working Thought, to address these questions.

Join us for this in-person conversation in the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, and if you can't make it, register and you'll receive a link to a livestream of the event the morning of the event.

About In Conversation

In Conversation is a series of engaged discussions with scholars, artists, writers, and creatives who explore different points of view and share multiple perspectives on our collections and exhibitions. Hear from a diverse lineup of guests discussing a range of topics in relation to our galleries and public art spaces.

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